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2655 gauge cluster re-model 01 Apr 2012 07:29 #1

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Pulled my original 95' gauge cluster out and replaced them with some new Faria silver spun gauges and 3M bubinga wood laminate sticker for backing.

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 01 Apr 2012 11:30 #2

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That looks sharp! Nice choices.

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 02 Apr 2012 01:54 #3

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nice looking change

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 11 Apr 2012 14:04 #4

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Looks great! I'm looking to do this on my 1995 2655 also. Did these gauges come in a set or did you buy them individually to match the cutout size of previous gauges?

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 18 Apr 2012 02:47 #5

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They come in a kit. Alot cheaper to buy them as a kit unless you just need 1.

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 18 Apr 2012 02:49 #6

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 02 Jun 2012 02:55 #7

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Where did you get the laminate?

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 06 Jun 2012 20:54 #8

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ebay . . .It's 3M Bubinga

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 09 Jun 2012 15:20 #9

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glockman513;692843 wrote: ebay . . .It's 3M Bubinga


Is it the self stick laminate? If so, did it adhere well to the old panel?

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 12 Jun 2012 16:08 #10

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Yes, it is self stick . . .It adhered really well, but I also made sure I cleaned the old surface well with bleach then alcohol.

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 11 Jan 2016 17:26 #11

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Hi I want to do exactly the same thing to my 1996 2655 but being fairly new to this game I don't want to order the wrong gauges do you have the part numbers for the gauges. Sorry if this is a bit cheeky :) but it would help. Many Thanks,

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2655 gauge cluster re-model 12 Apr 2016 12:19 #12

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this is something im looking at sorting currently and ive started my 1st dash panel which in your photos is the 'middle bit' with a fish finder flush fitted.

Are the guages easy enough regarding the wiring? im happy with the guages themselves im thinking just to paint up the bezels of mine but frefresh the panel they sit on as its mean to be black but with the sun is light grey. I'm looking at a carbon fibre style of vinyl dash with black switching and silver bezeled guages

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beginner with a 2655 ciera

2655 gauge cluster re-model 12 Apr 2016 15:39 #13

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That looks great! Nice job. On my to do list as well.

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